Sometimes, to a certain extent, you might want to do a factory reset to your Android device. In this guide, we will explain How to factory reset an Moto G (every generation) .Erasing your Moto G and resetting it to factory settings is a good way to fix disputes.
Here, we’ve picked our favourite Mot G tips and tricks that can help you achieve things quicker and easier, and you’ll wish you’d known about them a long time ago.
But before heading to the proper steps from below, you should first make a backup of your data – if that’s possible. So, let’s do a quick roundup on how factory reset an Moto G .
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How to Hard Reset Motorola Moto G
Step 1. Turn off your Moto G.
Step 2. Then enter your Android smartphone in recovery mode.
[ Hold “Volume Down + Power” for at-least 3 seconds and then release the buttons. You’ll boot into bootloader mode.
Now Use Volume down key to highlight “Recovery” on the bootloader menu, and then press Volume Up key to select and boot into recovery mode. ]
Step 3. From recovery mode you then need to select “wipe data factory reset”.
Step 4. Use the Volume Up and Down buttons in order to scroll down or up within the recovery menu and press Power button in order to select your option.
Step 5. Perform the factory reset by completing the mentioned operation; then, if your phone is still slow you might want to clear cache; in order to do so, from the same recovery mode menu select “wipe cache partition”.
Step 6. Finally, return to main menu of recovery and select “reboot system now”.
Done. Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments!